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Truly the Jewel of the Turkish Riviera. It is Turkey's most sophisticated and multi-faceted resort. Located where the Aegean sea meets the Mediterranean, the beautiful bay is famous for its yachting and cosmopolitan atmosphere. Marmaris is originally a Greek word meaning glittering and shining and this is a very apt description. Hundreds of restaurants, shops, tours, and other entertainment ensure that you will never be bored. The traffic-free promenade stretching from the marina all the way round the bay to Icmeler. It has a sophisticated 'Riviera' feel to it, vaguely reminiscent of St. Tropez. Must see places: the outdoor Market, The Tomb of Sariana, The Kervansaray, The Tashan (Stone Inn) & The Aqueduct.

İzmir is the third largest city in Turkey with a population of around 3.7 million, the second biggest port after Istanbul, and a very good transport hub. Once the ancient city of Smyrna, it is now a modern, developed, and busy commercial center, set around a huge bay and surrounded by mountains. The broad boulevards, glass-fronted buildings and modern shopping centers are dotted with traditional red-tiled roofs, the 18th century market, and old mosques and churches, although the city has an atmosphere more of Mediterranean Europe than traditional Turkey.
A charming convergence of healing mineral springs, excellent beaches, crystal clear waters and sun, perfect for vacationers. It is located on the very tip of the peninsula that bears its name. It was called as the 'little harbor' by sailors, but in the course of time, the area became known as Cesme (Fountain) due to the increasing number of fountains with ice - cold waters. The Erythrai Ancient City excavated in the village of the Castle, Caravanserai and many fountains from Ottoman Period and the other examples of civil architecture in the historical texture of the city compose the historical and archaeological remains of the area.

The city of Çanakkale lies at the narrow, 1200 meter entrance to the Çanakkale Strait (the Dardanelles) that connects the Sea of Marmara and the Aegean. Yachts navigating the straits stop at the well-equipped Çanakkale Marina to allow tourists more time in the area. Hotels, restaurants and cafes along the promenade, offer a place to enjoy the traffic in the harbor, as well as a view of the Kilitbahir Fortress and the Çanakkale Archaeological Museum.

The province has witnessed a very important battle in history. The mythological war of Troy, which Homer immortalized in his Iliad. Archaeological excavations have revealed nine separate periods of settlement including ruins of city walls, house foundations, a temple and a theatre. A symbolic wooden Trojan horse commemorates the legendary war.

Fethiye is an ancient Turkish city originally known as Telmessos. Today, it is one of the most favorite tourist spots in Turkey. Fethiye is situated 135 km southwest of Marmaris. The place is a mesmerizing congregation of seaside views, sporting events and luxurious accommodation options. It is hardly surprising that Fethiye is one of the most sought after travel spots in Turkey. Tourists will find in Fethiye all that they need for a truly exciting summer trip. Fethiye also offers a peek into the historical past of Turkey, richly laden with its traditional art and architecture. No wonder tourists from all over the world flock to this travel destination to spend their vacation.

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